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Tag: spotted lanternfly

The best way to stop the spotted lanternfly’s spread is to scout for egg masses, which resemble mud splatters (right). Females can lay eggs on almost any surface (center). Expect higher populations around tree of heaven (left). (photos by: Emelie Swackhamer, Penn State Extension)

Experts’ Insights: Why spotted lanternfly is a golf course hazard

October 26, 2021 By
Spotted lanterfly are a threat to golf courses even if they're not turf pests. Tips on handling the insects as they migrate through the country. ...

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Spotted lanternfly. (Photo: Lawrence Barringer, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Bugwood.org)

Quali-Pro’s Bifen I/T approved for spotted lanternfly control

September 9, 2021 By
Quali-Pro's insecticide gets Section 2ee exemption for use in applications to control the invasive spotted lanternfly in select states. ...

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